Environmental History in New Zealand
At the New Zealand Historical Association Conference in Auckland in November 2005, the idea was mooted for a journal to be formed in order to link up people interested in topics relating to New Zealand and its environment. This includes people with interests in environmental history, landscape studies, literature and the environment, garden history, history of science, treaty history, and heritage issues.
ENNZ: Environment and Nature in New Zealand
Volume 9, No. 1 February 2014
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- Paul Star, Editors’ introduction.
- Neil Clayton, ‘Settlers, politicians and scientists: Environmental anxiety in a New Zealand colony’.
- James Beattie, ‘Looking for Arcadia: European environmental perception in 1840-1860’.
- Julian Kuzma, ‘The 1895 snowstorm’.
- Rachael Egerton, ‘Unconquerable enemy or bountiful resource? A new perspective on the rabbit in Central Otago’.
- Michael L.S. Bagge, ‘Valuable ally or invading army? The ambivalence of gorse in New Zealand, 1835-1900’.
- Lee Davidson, ‘Mountain magic: Mountaineering in North- West Otago, 1882-1940’.
- Matthew D. Polson, ‘Appreciating the indigenous: An examination of changing European perceptions of the environment and peoples of New Britain, 1930–1950’.
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Thanks to Professor Libby Robin and the Fenner School of Environment and Society for hosting this site.